This is a good cigar with consistent flavors from start to finish. No big high notes and the only low note was at the end. Its a good choice for a late morning, early afternoon smoke while sitting outside relaxing.
Wrapper: Undisclosed / Binder: Undisclosed / Filler: Undisclosed
Vitola: Corona / Size: 5 x 46
Barn yard, wet hay, cedar
On the light I get lots of thick smoke with notes of cedar, tobacco, and spice. The draw is fantastic. The retro is a mild white pepper and wood. Into the 3rd the burn is great and the ash is holding to over an inch. Lots of thick creamy smoke. Notes of tobacco, nuts, and a salty cracker. Medium pepper finish with a mild white pepper and cracker on the retro
The notes are still the same into the second third. Salt and pepper cracker, with a cedar and sweet tobacco off in the distance. Finish is a mild to medium black pepper. The retro is spice and white pepper. The burn still great and the ash held halfway through the cigar. There’s not much going on in changes but the consistency is enough to allow you to relax and just not think about it.
The final third brings more of the same. Smooth, easy, thick smoke. Still get the cracker toast notes. Pepper is more of a white pepper. White pepper and spice on the retro. The finish of this cigar is turning a little bitter, but not too harsh. Now picking up notes of minerals, maybe a vitamin note.